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    55 TV Shows That Are Premiering And Returning This Fall That Are Worth Checking Out

    From Sex Education Season 3 to Dexter: New Blood and everything in between.

    1. Sex Education, Season 3

    Sam Taylor / Netflix

    It's been a while since we reunited with our favorite students at Moordale, but we only have to wait a little longer because Sex Education Season 3 starts streaming this fall. The new season picks up with Otis having casual sex, Eric and Adam navigating a relationship, and Jean awaiting the arrival of her new baby. All of this is going on alongside a new headteacher starting at Moordale, and Maeve is still unaware that Otis left her that voicemail. 

    When it returns: Sept. 17 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    2. Hawkeye

    Chuck Zlotnick / Marvel / Disney+

    Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, this new Marvel series follows Clint Barton as he teams up with another well-known archer, Kate Bishop, who is making her MCU debut. Hawkeye¬†will follow Clint and Kate as they fight crime in NYC around the holidays. With a stacked cast ‚ÄĒ and an all-but-officially-confirmed appearance by Florence Pugh's Yelena Belova ‚ÄĒ you don't want to miss this latest MCU show.

    Starring: Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d'Arcy James, Alaqua Cox, Florence Pugh, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 24 on Disney+

    Watch the trailer here

    3. The Witcher, Season 2

    Jay Maidment / Netflix

    It's hard to believe we all started singing "Toss a Coin to Your Witcher" way back in 2019 and have been without new episodes since. The Witcher returns for its long-awaited second season soon, so it's time to dust off your swords and prepare for battle. Convinced Yennefer's life was lost at the Battle of Sodden, Geralt will bring Princess Cirilla to his childhood home of Kaer Morhen when The Witcher Season 2 starts streaming.

    When it returns: Dec. 17 on Netflix

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    4. Succession, Season 3


    It's time to get the Succession theme song stuck in your head once again because Season 3 will be here before you know it. Set after the Season 2 finale, which saw Kendall exploding the Roy family, Logan Roy begins this new season scrambling to secure familial, political, and financial alliances. Tensions have never been higher as this bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into "a family civil war."

    When it returns: Oct. 17 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    5. You, Season 3

    John P. Fleenor / Netflix

    Following the chaotic season 2 finale, You season 3 will pick up with Joe and Love preparing for their newest adventure: parenthood. The season will follow Joe and Love, who are now married and raising their child, as they move to a town filled with "judgmental mommy bloggers and Insta-famous biohackers." There's also the little matter of their next-door neighbor, who Joe believes could be the woman he's been searching for all this time.

    When it returns: Oct. 15 on Netflix

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    6. Midnight Mass

    Eike Schroter / Netflix

    From The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan, Midnight Mass is set in the small, isolated town of Crockett Island. The series kicks off when a disgraced young man named Riley returns to town after years away, and at the exact same time as Father Paul, a new and charismatic priest arrives. Soon, the community faces its biggest challenges when unexplained and seemingly miraculous events begin to occur.

    Starring: Kate Siegel, Zach Gilford, Hamish Linklater, Annabeth Gish, Samantha Sloyan, Michael Trucco, Henry Thomas, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman, Alex Essoe, Rahul Abburi, Matt Biedel, Igby Rigney, Annarah Cymone, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 24 on Netflix

    Watch the trailer here

    7. Insecure, Season 5

    Merie Wallace / HBO

    This Emmy Award-winning comedy starts its final season in October, and I'm ready to savor every single second of it. The new season will pick up after the Season 4 finale, which saw Issa and Lawrence rekindling their romance, only for Lawrence to announce some life-changing news. Insecure will surely wrap up with more humor and heart, which is what Issa Rae does best.

    When it returns: Oct. 24 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    8. Dickinson, Season 3

    Zach Dilgard / Apple TV+

    It's no secret I consider Dickinson one of the best TV shows in recent years, so it's no surprise that the final season is at the top of my must-watch list. Dickinson Season 3 will follow Emily as she decides she wants to do something "bigger than fame," as everyone and everything around her are engulfed in the Civil War. Emily tries to heal the divides around her, as she wonders whether her art can help keep hope alive. And yes, between Dickinson and Hawkeye, November is shaping up to be the month of Hailee Steinfeld. 

    When it returns: Nov. 5 on Apple TV+

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    9. Lucifer, Season 6

    John P. Fleenor / Netflix

    It's the end of an era. The final season of Lucifer starts streaming this fall, and I was honestly wildly unprepared to say goodbye to the detective and my favorite crime-solving devil. Following the devastating season 5 finale, season 6 picks up with Lucifer trying to figure out if he really wants to become God. Grab at least two boxes of tissues to watch this one because each episode of this final season is huge.

    When it returned: Sept. 10 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    10. The Other Two, Season 2

    Greg Endries / HBO

    If you haven't caught up on this show, you're truly missing out on one of the best comedy series currently airing. The Other Two continues to be hilarious in Season 2 as Cary and Brooke still struggle to get out from Chase's shadow. Also, if you're a big Molly Shannon fan, she is fantastic this season as Pat gets her own talk show.

    When it returned: Aug. 26 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the new season trailer here

    11. Yellowjackets

    Paul Sarkis / Showtime

    This psychological horror show follows a soccer team of wildly talented high school girls who become the survivors of a plane crash deep in the remote northern wilderness. Yellowjackets will show how the events impacted their lives as they try to piece everything together almost 25 years later. While they've tried to put their past behind them, they soon realize that what began out in the wilderness is far from over.

    Starring: Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, Tawny Cypress, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 14 on Showtime

    Watch the trailer here

    12. Scenes From a Marriage

    Jojo Whilden / HBO

    A modern retelling of Ingmar Bergman's classic miniseries, Scenes From a Marriage explores what happens when a marriage begins to fall apart. The show follows Jonathan and Mira as they try to hold onto the love that started their marriage, while everything seemingly falls apart around them. 

    Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, and more

    When it premiered: Sept. 12 on HBO and HBO Max

    Watch the trailer here

    13. 9-1-1, Season 5

    Jack Zeman / Fox

    When we catch up with the 118 in the 9-1-1 Season 5 premiere, the team is dealing with a citywide blackout. This massive emergency is set to span the first three episodes of the new season, which will have everyone dealing with a whole host of problems. Meanwhile, Athena is confronted with her attacker again, who she caught and arrested in Season 3.

    When it returns: Sept. 20 on Fox

    Watch the new season trailer here

    14. Queens

    Kim Simms / ABC

    This new series follows Brianna, Jill, Valeria, and Naomi, four women in their 40s who reunite in an attempt to recapture the fame they once had in the '90s. The four friends learned that fame is fleeting and now want to prove that they are still legends in the hip-hop world.

    Starring: Eve, Naturi Naughton, Nadine Velazquez, Brandy, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 19 on ABC

    Watch the trailer here

    15. Dexter: New Blood

    Seacia Pavao / Showtime

    Dexter Morgan returns in this revival, and honestly I'm so excited to see these characters again. Set nearly 10 years after the (disappointing) Dexter series finale, Dexter Morgan now lives in a small town in New York and is hiding under a new identity. Not only has he started up a relationship with the town's chief of police, but he's managed to hide his serial killer urges. Suddenly, everything changes when a string of incidents around the town causes Dexter to worry that his past will reveal itself, especially after his son Harrison shockingly shows back up in his life.

    Starring: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Jack Alcott, Julia Jones, Alano Miller, Johnny Sequoyah, Clancy Brown, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 7 on Showtime

    Watch the trailer here

    16. Cowboy Bebop

    Kirsty Griffin / Netflix

    This beloved anime series gets the live-action treatment when Cowboy Bebop hits Netflix soon. The show follows a group of futuristic bounty hunters IN SPACE who are all trying to outrun the past. Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, and Faye Valentine form a scrappy and snarky crew who are ready to hunt down some of the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy.

    Starring: John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, Alex Hassell, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 19 on Netflix

    17. The Shrink Next Door

    Beth Dubber / Apple TV+

    Inspired by true events, The Shrink Next Door centers on the relationship between Dr. Isaac "Ike" Herschkopf, aka "psychiatrist to the stars," and his longtime patient Martin "Marty" Markowitz. Over the course of their friendship, Ike continues to insert himself into Marty's life as the show explores an exploitative friendship that goes way past the normal doctor-patient dynamic.

    Starring: Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Kathryn Hahn, Casey Wilson, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 12 on Apple TV+

    Watch the teaser trailer here

    18. The Morning Show, Season 2

    Apple TV+

    Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return in the sophomore season of this Emmy Award-nominated drama. Picking up after the wild Season 1 finale, The Morning Show Season 2 finds the team trying to recover from Alex and Bradley's actions as the hit morning news show scrambles to pick up the pieces. Hasan Minhaj, Holland Taylor, Julianna Margulies, and more join the cast this season too.

    When it returns: Sept. 17 on Apple TV+

    Watch the new season trailer here

    19. What We Do in the Shadows, Season 3


    Picking up only a few months after the chaotic Season 2 finale, What We Do in the Shadows finds Guillermo continuing to come to terms with his vampire hunter lineage, while Nandor, Nadja, Laszlo, and Colin pretty quickly confront all the feelings surrounding their recent scare. What We Do in the Shadows continues to thrive when the shenanigans are high, but some really poignant moments surprise you just when you need them to.

    When it returned: Sept. 2 on FX and Hulu

    Watch the new season trailer here

    20. Grey's Anatomy, Season 18

    Richard Cartwright / ABC

    Grey's Anatomy continues its record-breaking run this fall when Grey Sloan opens its door for Season 18. Picking up after the COVID-19 pandemic, Meredith, Bailey, Richard, and the other doctors are ready to return to somewhat normalcy. Bailey is going to be looking to hire new doctors, Owen and Teddy attempt to take their engagement to the next level, and Meredith ends up meeting a doctor from her mother's past. Alongside the returning cast, Peter Gallagher will be joining this season, and Kate Burton, Abigail Spencer, and Kate Walsh are all set to return.

    When it returns: Sept. 30 on ABC

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    21. Station 19, Season 5


    Following the Season 4 finale, a lot has changed at Station 19. After Sullivan's actions at Maya and Carina's wedding, his marriage to Andy is put to the test. Meanwhile, Miller comes to terms with his feelings for Vic, Travis rekindles an old romance, and god, I hope Maya is going to be OK. There's a lot happening, and if you aren't watching this show, what are you waiting for?

    When it returns: Sept. 30 on ABC

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    22. On My Block, Season 4

    23. Batwoman, Season 3

    The CW

    Batwoman really hit its stride in season 2, so it's no surprise that I'm super excited for how season 3 goes. With Ryan finally cementing herself as Batwoman, Luke becoming Batwing, and Alice seemingly staying locked up in Arkham, there's so much that can happen. And, to top it off, Bridget Regan has joined the cast as the incredible Poison Ivy. As a DC Comics nerd, I'm so excited to see this show get bigger season after season.

    When it returns: Oct. 13 on The CW

    24. Star Wars: Visions

    Lucasfilm / Disney+

    In this latest Star Wars series, seven Japanese anime studios bring their unique talents and perspectives to Star Wars: Visions. This collection of short films will tell new stories in the Star Wars universe as well as feature new and returning characters fans will love. It's amazing to see these different animation styles tell these stories, and with Japanese voice actors and well-known English-speaking actors lending their voices, I suggest watching this show once in Japanese and once in English.

    Starring:¬†Masaki Terasoma, Brian Tee, Akeno Watanabe, Lucy Liu,¬†Hiroyuki Yoshino, Joseph Gordon-Levitt,¬†KŇćsuke GotŇć,¬†Bobby Moynihan,¬†Akio Kaneda,¬†Temuera Morrison, Junya Enoki, Neil Patrick Harris, Ryoko Shiraishi, Alison Brie, Asami Seto, Karen Fukuhara, Chinatsu Akasaki, Kimiko Glenn, Shin-ichiro Miki, Simu Liu, Tsutomu Isobe, Kyle Chandler, Yuichi Nakamura, Jordan Fisher, Takaya Hashi, David Harbour, Seiran Kobayashi, Anna Cathcart,¬†YŇę Miyazaki, Henry Golding, Jamie Chung, George Takei, and many more

    When it premieres: Sept. 22 on Disney+

    Watch the trailer here

    25. Law and Order: SVU, Season 23

    Virginia Sherwood / NBC

    Olivia Benson and company return for their monumental Season 23 this fall, and it starts with a huge two-part premiere and Law and Order: Organized Crime crossover. It looks like Olivia's life is hanging in the balance after her car is seen going off the side of a road while working a case, and Elliot arrives on the scene shortly after. Basically, prepare for another SVU roller coaster when the new season begins. We'll also see the departure of Demore Barnes and Jamie Gray Hyder after the two-part premiere.

    When it returns: Sept. 23 on NBC

    Watch the new season trailer here

    26. Law and Order: Organized Crime, Season 2

    Eric Liebowitz / NBC

    After its massive Season 1, Law and Order: Organized Crime will pick up with Elliot facing new threats after taking down Wheatley's drug empire and discovering his wife's killer. Also, if you're a Benson and Stabler shipper, Christopher Meloni keeps hinting at a romance, and he says that during Season 2 we'll learn what Elliot put in the letter he wrote Liv.

    When it returns: Sept. 23 on NBC

    Watch the new season trailer here

    27. The Wonder Years

    Erika Doss / ABC

    Inspired by the beloved series of the same name, The Wonder Years is a new coming-of-age comedy that follows the Williams family during the late 1960s and is seen through the eyes of 12-year-old Dean. An adult Dean recalls the ups and downs of growing up in a Black middle-class family in Alabama, and all of the friendship, laughter, and lessons that came with it.

    Starring: Elisha "EJ" Williams, Don Cheadle, Saycon Sengbloh, Dulé Hill, Laura Kariuki, Julian Lerner, Amari O'Neil, Milan Ray, Allen Maldonado, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 22 on ABC

    Watch the trailer here

    28. Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens Season 2

    Zach Dilgard / Comedy Central

    Awkwafina is back in this hilarious comedy series, and everything is bigger and funnier in Season 2. Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens Season 2 follows Nora as she contemplates her path in life and tries to figure out what comes next. Meanwhile, Edmund pursues his dream of acting, Grandma takes a stand, and Wally continues to grow closer to Brenda.

    When it returned: Aug. 18 on Comedy Central

    Watch the new season trailer here

    29. The Baby-Sitters Club, Season 2


    Our favorite babysitters are back, and this time their group is expanding. The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2 will continue to follow the friendships and adventures of Kristy, Mary-Anne, Claudia, Stacey, and Dawn as they grow their club and invite new members Mallory Pike and Jessi Ramsey to join. With a new school year, the babysitting business is booming, but these friends will also have to deal with new relationships, personal growth, and so much more. Also, Kyndra Sanchez assumes the role of Dawn after Xochitl Gomez had to exit the series due to her filming schedule for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

    When it returns: Oct. 11 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    30. The Wheel of Time

    Jan Thijs / Amazon Prime Video

    Based on the wildly popular and beloved book series, The Wheel of Time is set in an epic world where magic exists and only certain women are allowed access to it. The show follows Moiraine, a member of an incredibly powerful all-female organization, who arrives in a small town called Two Rivers. Soon, she embarks on a dangerous journey with a group of people, one of whom is prophesied to be the Dragon Reborn, aka someone who will either save or destroy humanity.

    Starring:¬†Rosamund Pike, Josha Stradowski, Marcus Rutherford,¬†Zo√ę Robins, Barney Harris, Madeleine Madden, Daniel Henney, Michael McElhatton, √Ālvaro Morte, and more

    When it premieres: Nov. 19 on Amazon Prime Video

    Watch the teaser trailer here

    31. The Great, Season 2


    This hilarious and amazing series returns with Season 2 this November, and I simply cannot wait. The Great Season 2 will follow Catherine as she finally takes the Russian throne for her own, but she soon learns that being a leader and trying to liberate a country isn't as easy as she thought it was. Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult continue to be the perfect pairing, and if seeing them together isn't enough, just remember that Gillian Anderson has also joined the cast.

    When it returns: Nov. 19 on Hulu

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    32. One of Us Is Lying


    Based on Karen M. McManus's bestselling novel, One of Us Is Lying tells the story of five high schoolers who all walk into detention together, but only four make it out alive. In this series, everyone is a suspect as the stakes get higher and higher while everyone is trying to find the killer.

    Starring: Annalisa Cochrane, Chibuikem Uche, Marianly Tejada, Cooper van Grootel, Barrett Carnahan, Mark McKenna, Melissa Collazo, Jessica McLeod, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 7 on Peacock

    Watch the trailer here

    33. Y: The Last Man

    Rafy Winterfeld / FX / Hulu

    Based on the DC Comics series of the same name, Y: The Last Man is set in a post-apocalyptic world where a cataclysmic event has decimated every mammal with a Y chromosome, except for one cisgender man and his pet monkey. Y: The Last Man follows the survivors as they navigate this new world and try to not only restore what was lost, but also build a better world.

    Starring: Diane Lane, Ashley Romans, Ben Schnetzer, Olivia Thirlby, Juliana Canfield, Elliot Fletcher, Marin Ireland, Amber Tamblyn, and more

    When it premiered: Sept. 13 on FX on Hulu

    Watch the trailer here

    34. I Know What You Did Last Summer

    Michael Desmond / Amazon Prime Video

    A modern take on the 1997 horror film, I Know What You Did Last Summer follows a group of teenagers who are stalked by a mysterious killer a year after a fatal accident on their graduation night. Whether you're a fan of the original movie or coming to this show as a new fan, you'll be left on the edge of your seat.

    Starring: Madison Iseman, Bill Heck, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, Brooke Bloom, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 15 on Amazon Prime Video

    Watch the teaser trailer here

    35. Nancy Drew, Season 3

    Colin Bentley / The CW

    One of my favorite shows that I wish more people would watch, Nancy Drew hits the ground running when it returns for Season 3 this fall. This season will pick up where Season 2 left off as we see Nancy and the Drew Crew dealing with Temperance Hudson, who revealed herself and is now able to enter Horseshoe Bay. Also, the trailer hints at a Nancy and Ace romance this season, and like, sign me up.

    When it returns: Oct. 8 on The CW

    Watch the new season trailer here

    36. Ordinary Joe

    Parrish Lewis / NBC

    Ordinary Joe follows Joe Kimbreau, who faces a tough decision at his college graduation. You know, one of those decisions that can alter your entire life. Starting there, the show will show three parallel stories that diverge from that night, and we'll see how Joe's life changes. From different relationships to careers, there's no telling how one decision can alter everything.

    Starring: James Wolk, Elizabeth Lail, Natalie Martinez, Charlie Barnett, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 20 on NBC

    Watch the trailer here

    37. One Chicago (Chicago Fire Season 10, Chicago Med Season 7, and Chicago P.D. Season 9)

    Adrian S. Burrows Sr. / NBC

    Yes, I know I'm sort of cheating here because this is technically three shows, but One Chicago goes so hand-in-hand you can't talk about one show without the others. Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. all return with new episodes this fall, and each show is dealing with quite a lot. Chicago Fire will deal with the aftermath of the capsized boat rescue, Chicago Med is seeing some major cast changes as Halstead returns to help Goodwin with an investigation, and Chicago P.D. will focus on Voight and Upton's decisions from last season and how it'll affect them moving forward.

    When they return: Sept. 22 on NBC

    Watch the new seasons teaser trailer here

    38. Home Economics, Season 2

    Temma Hankin / ABC

    A pleasant surprise from last TV season, Home Economics returns for its sophomore season this September. The series kicks off Season 2 with Connor inviting the Hayworth family to a 49ers game as he tries to close his latest business deal. This hilarious and heartfelt comedy is definitely one to catch up on so you can enjoy Season 2 too.

    When it returns: Sept. 22 on ABC

    39. Colin in Black & White


    From Ava Duvernay and Colin Kaepernick, Colin in Black & White is a new limited series that will follow Colin's coming-of-age journey. The show tackles race, class, and culture as Colin not only navigates his love of football, but also what it means to be a Black adopted child in a white family.

    Starring: Jaden Michael, Nick Offerman, Mary-Louise Parker, Colin Kaepernick, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 29 on Netflix

    Watch the trailer here

    40. Impeachment: American Crime Story


    The third season of Ryan Murphy's anthology series revolves around the Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky scandal. Focusing on the women at the center ‚ÄĒ Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp, Paula Jones, Hillary Clinton, and more ‚ÄĒ Impeachment: American Crime Story¬†takes viewers inside the White House during one of the biggest stories that dominated the media for years to come.

    Starring: Beanie Feldstein, Sarah Paulson, Annaleigh Ashford, Margo Martindale, Edie Falco, Clive Owen, Colin Hanks, Taran Killam, Cobie Smulders, Elizabeth Reaser, Kevin Pollak, Billy Eichner, Judith Light, and more

    When it premiered: Sept. 7 on FX

    Watch the trailer here

    41. Dear White People Vol. 4

    Lara Solanki / Netflix

    Dear White People officially ends this fall when Season 4 drops. Set against the backdrop of senior year at Winchester, Dear White People Vol. 4 follows all of our favorite characters as they look back at some of the most influential years of their lives. This season is an Afro-futuristic and '90s-inspired musical event, as Samantha, Troy, Lionel, Reggie, and the rest of these friends prepare to say goodbye.

    When it returns: Sept. 22 on Netflix

    Watch the new season trailer here

    42. All American, Season 4

    Bill Inoshita  / The CW

    All American ended Season 3 on quite the cliffhanger when Coop was shot by Mo, and according to the new promo, things are not looking good for her. Coop's life still hangs in the balance, and Spencer and the rest of their friends will be dealing with it in Season 4. Basically, senior year is going to include some wild ups and downs, so it's best to start preparing now. 

    When it returns: Oct. 25 on The CW

    Watch the new season trailer here

    43. The Equalizer, Season 2

    Mary Kouw / CBS

    Queen Latifah returns in the sophomore season of this hit series and if you haven't caught up yet, now is the time. The Equalizer Season 2 will continue to follow Robyn McCall as she fights for justice for people who are often overlooked. The new season will follow Robyn as she is recruited for some bigger jobs, including a high-profile bank robbery.

    When it returns: Oct. 10 on CBS

    Watch the new season trailer here

    44. Foundation

    Apple TV+

    Based on the novels by Isaac Asimov, Foundation chronicles a group of exiles on their massive journey to save humanity and rebuild civilization. While their journey isn't easy, they are also trying to accomplish the impossible during the fall of the Galactic Empire.

    Starring: Jared Harris, Lee Pace, Lou Llobell, Leah Harvey, Laura Birn, Cassian Bilton, Terrence Mann, Alfred Enoch, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 24 on Apple TV+

    Watch the trailer here

    45. Guilty Party


    Created by Rebecca Addelman, who previously wrote for Netflix's Dead to Me, this show follows Beth Burgess, a discredited journalist who is desperate to salvage her career by latching on to the story of a young mother, who has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering her husband, a crime she claims she did not commit. While trying to discover the truth, Beth finds herself in way over her head as she digs deeper into this case.

    Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Jules Latimer, Geoff Stults, Tiya Sircar, Laurie Davidson, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 14 on Paramount+

    46. Locke & Key, Season 2

    Amanda Matlovich / Netflix

    If you thought Locke & Key season 1 was filled with twists and turns, just wait for what season 2 has in store. Following Gabe's shocking revelation in the Season 1 finale, Locke & Key hits the ground running this season as Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode are forced to face more deadly foes all while Gabe declares that he's going to finish what he started.

    When it returns: Oct. 22 on Netflix

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    47. Love Life, Season 2

    Sarah Shatz / HBO Max

    This romantic comedy anthology series is back in October, and this time we'll be following Marcus Watkins, played by William Jackson Harper. Love Life Season 2 follows Marcus as he comes out of a long-term relationship with a woman who he thought was "the one." Now, Marcus is ready to search for romance once again even though he thought he already found it. Anna Kendrick's Darby will make an appearance too.

    When it returns: Oct. 28 on HBO Max

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    48. Maid

    Ricardo Hubbs / Netflix

    Inspired by the New York Times bestselling memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive, the series follows Alex, a single mom who turns to housecleaning in order to try and make ends meet. After escaping an abusive relationship and overcoming homelessness, all Alex wants to do is create a better life for her daughter. Also, Margaret Qualley will be acting alongside her mother, Andie MacDowell.

    Starring: Margaret Qualley, Nick Robinson, Anika Noni Rose, Andie MacDowell, Tracy Vilar, Billy Burke, Rylea Nevaeh Whittet, Raymond Ablack, BJ Harrison, Xavier de Guzman, Aimee Carrero, Toby Levins, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 1 on Netflix

    Watch the trailer here

    49. The Flash, Season 8

    Bettina Strauss / The CW

    The Flash will return with Season 8 this fall with a massive five-part event titled "Armageddon." The series will feature a lot of guest stars from across the Arrowverse, like Brandon Routh, Cress Williams, Chyler Leigh, Kat McNamara, Osric Chau, Tom Cavanagh, and Neal McDonough. In "Armageddon," a powerful alien threat arrives on Earth. Now, Team Flash will be pushed to their limits as they try to save the world.

    When it returns: Nov. 16 on The CW

    50. Star Trek: Discovery, Season 4

    Michael Gibson / CBS Studios

    From this picture alone, any Star Trek: Discovery fan should be pretty excited for Season 4. We'll finally get to see our beloved Michael Burnham take the Captain's chair, and honestly, I'm so incredibly pumped for her. The rest of the plot details this season are being kept pretty under wraps, but we'll see Captain Burnham and the crew of the USS Discovery facing a threat unlike any they've encountered.

    When it returns: Nov. 18 on Paramount+

    Watch the new season teaser trailer here

    51. BMF

    Jessica Miglio / FX

    Inspired by the true story of two brothers, Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory and Terry "Southwest T" Flenory, BMF is set in Detroit in the late 1980s and focuses on the prominent drug trafficking organization in the US known as "Black Mafia Family." The show explores the brothers' lives, their family dynamics, and their relationships with the community. BMF digs into numerous themes and shows the brothers as they try to pursue the ever-elusive American dream.

    Starring: Demetrius "Lil Meech" Flenory Jr., Da'Vinchi, Wood Harris, Russell Hornsby, Arkeisha "Kash Doll" Knight, Ajiona Alexus, Tyshon Freeman, Jasun Jabbar Wardlaw Jr., Michole Briana White, Sydney Mitchell, Lil' Zane, Laila Pruitt, Rafael Castillo, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 26 on Starz

    Watch the trailer here

    52. Work in Progress, Season 2

    Chuck Hodes / Showtime

    Abby McEnany and Lilly Wachowski's incredible series returns for season 2 and picks right up where season 1 left off. In the wake of her breakup, Abby is trying to piece her life back together and trying to keep way too busy so she doesn't begin to spiral. When a global pandemic hits, Abby is suddenly thrust into uncharted waters and realizes she can't run from her problems forever.

    When it returned: Aug. 22 on Showtime

    Watch the new season trailer here

    53. Ghosts

    Cliff Lipson / CBS

    Ghosts follows Samantha and Jay, a freelance journalist and an up-and-coming chef, who decide to leave the city and try their hand at converting a rundown country estate into a bed and breakfast. Soon, the duo discovers that the house is inhabited by the many spirits of deceased residents who now call it home. These departed souls are a close-knit, eclectic group that includes so many different characters, from a Prohibition-era lounge singer, an overly upbeat '80s scout troop leader, a Viking explorer, and so much more.

    Starring: Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Brandon Scott Jones, Richie Moriarty, Asher Grodman, Rebecca Wisocky, Sheila Carrasco, Danielle Pinnock, Roman Zaragoza, Devan Chandler Long, and more

    When it premieres: Oct. 7 on CBS

    Watch the trailer here

    54. The Premise

    Alyssa Moran / FX / Hulu

    Created and hosted by B.J. Novak, The Premise uses comedy to engage with the biggest issues of our unprecedented modern era. With a cast filled with some of today's biggest actors, this anthology series will tell a character-driven story with each new episode, so whether you watch every single one or a few, it'll be worth checking out.

    Starring: Ben Platt, Tracee Ellis Ross, Daniel Dae Kim, Lola Kirke, Soko, Jermaine Fowler, Ayo Edebiri, Eric Lange, Lucas Hedges, Kaitlyn Dever, Jon Bernthal, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Ed Asner, George Wallace, Boyd Holbrook, Beau Bridges, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 16 on FX on Hulu

    Watch the trailer here

    55. Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol

    Rafy / Peacock

    Based on Dan Brown's bestselling novel, The Lost Symbol follows the early adventures of young Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, who must solve a series of deadly puzzles in order to save his kidnapped mentor. Robert embarks on an epic adventure that also leads to him trying to stop a global conspiracy.

    Starring: Ashley Zukerman, Valorie Curry, Sumalee Montano, Rick Gonzalez, Eddie Izzard, Beau Knapp, and more

    When it premieres: Sept. 16 on Peacock

    Watch the trailer here

    We can't fit every TV show into one post, so tell us which fall TV shows you're excited for in the comments below!

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